much of the music we release is the perfect accompaniment to a good night's sleep... this track, however, is a soundtrack to a sleepless night. it's driven by a mildly dissonant theme (not unlike the alien riffs synonymous with AFX's Ambient II) that changes colors like a chameleon. be forewarned that there are a few moments that might be considered jarring, which may be a first among tracks in our collection. Topics: Ambient, Minimal, Dark Meditative
This new electroacoustic longform piece by Andrew Latham's Ghostheory project takes Webbed Hand's "Rain" concept in a darker, more industial direction. A shifting palette of drones, clangs, inscrutable noises, and static are all blurred together into a hypnotic journey that could be either soothing or stimulating, depending on your volume settings. Andrew Latham has previously released on Webbed Hand as mayfairgrin: "Spider & The Moon" (wh035), "Pelicagnosis"... ( 3 reviews ) Topics: Electroacoustic, Dark Ambient, Lowercase, Dreamworking, Dark Meditative
wh067 Tribe of Astronauts - Remote Missive An hour-long transmission from the celestial entity known as Tribe of Astronauts. A pleasing wash of white noises, drones, and other soundscape elements. Are you familiar with the concept of astronaut contraband? Because of weight and spatial limitations in space flight, astronauts are generally forbidden from bringing along personal items. Only what is essential to the mission is allowed, and everything else is contraband. Any objects of sentiment,... ( 4 reviews ) Topics: Minimalism, Drones, Electro-organic, Dark Meditative
The Light Will Fill the Darkness and Obliterate It is a poetic and richly textured work by Canadian sound artist K.M. Krebs. These tracks are blended together into a shifting exploration as evocative and powerful as the titles they bear. I find this to be excellent headphone music, and with eyes closed I am easily abducted into very strange realms. K.M. Krebs has become a well-known and respected artist in the netlabel scene. As K.M. Krebs he recorded the classic "Halberd of... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Ambient/noise, Electroacoustic, Microsound, Abstract, Drones, musique concrete, Dark Meditative
Three electro-ambient reflections on J.S. Bach's music. The music on this album is deep, beatless ambient, ranging from dark to bright in tones. Its general atmosphere is relaxed, making it suitable background music for relaxation and meditation, while its delicate ambient structures and rich tonal layers lend themselves easily to deep listening, audio voyages and creative visualization. Musictrade release MT002, released July 26, 2005. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: classical experimental, Electronica, Dark Meditative, dark ambient, ambient Source: Musictrade
Here is a contribution to the acclaimed Rain series on Webbed Hand by the talented K.M. Krebs. A long-form ambient work of many subtle and shifting motifs, this relaxing electro-acoustic ambient journey will take you far on pleasant and varying wavelengths. K.M. Krebs has become a well-known and respected artist in the netlabel scene. As K.M. Krebs he recorded the classic "Halberd of Chemistry" (available at Fukk God Records), and as 833-45 he recorded "Solar Cycle 23" which... ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Electroacoustic, Microsound, Minimalism, Sound Art, Soundscape, musique concrete, Sleepscape, Dark...
Three deep ambient meditations on Claude Debussy's 'water music'. This album is the second co-operation from Doc and Lena Selyanina. Where their first album Distant Transmissions - Ambient Reflections on Bach (MT002) was focusing around the idea of space - 'cosmic Bach' if you wish - this second album is characteristically a 'water album'. The theme of water is present at all levels: in the themes of the songs, in their tonal treatments and also in the sound material. The basic setting is that... Topics: Meditative, Ambient, Dark Meditative, Neoclassic, Meditative Electronic, avantgarde, dark ambient,... Source: Musictrade